Cardinals - Nationals NLDS Game 3 moved to MLB Network -

Cardinals - Nationals NLDS Game 3 moved to MLB Network

ST. LOUIS (KMOV) – Game three of the National League Division Series between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Washington Nationals will be broadcast Wednesday on the MLB Network, a channel that requires an expanded cable package for most viewers in the St. Louis area.

The game was originally scheduled to air on TBS, which broadcast Games 1 and 2 on Sunday and Monday.

The MLB Network can be found on the following channels:

AT&T U-Verse - 634 or 1634 (HD)
Charter – 204 or 804 (HD)
DISH – 152 or 9434 (HD)
DirecTV – 213 or 214 (HD)

St. Louis resident Bob Costas will get the call up in the booth with Jim Kaat, with Sam Ryan providing reports from the field. It’s Costas’ first MLB postseason call since the 2000 ALCS.

The game can also be seen on the MLB’s streaming site, Postseason.TV. It costs $4.99 to see all NLDS and NLCS games.

If you are looking for other options to view the game, be sure to check out the BaseballSTL app for the latest headlines, photos, stats and scores, all happening in real-time as the Cardinals play.


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